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2013 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE 2013)

DATE is the complete event for the European electronic and test community. A leading world conference and exhibition, DATE unites 2,000 professionals with approximately 60 exhibiting companies, cutting edge R&D, industrial designers and technical managers from around the world.


2013 IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 2013)

The annual IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) addresses research issues in designing, building, managing, and evaluating advanced data-intensive systems and applications. It is a leading forum for researchers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore cutting-edge ideas and to exchange techniques, tools, and experiences.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 2011)

    The ICDE is IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering is a premier forum for presentation of research results and advanced data-intensive applications and discussion of issues on data and knowledge engineering. The mission of the conference is to share research solutions to problems of today's information society and to identify new issues and directions for future research and development work. The ICDE 2011 will be organized by the L3S Research Center.

  • 2010 IEEE 26th International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 2010)

    Data Engineering deals with the use of engineering techniques and methodologies in the design, development and assessment of information systems for different computing platforms and application environments.

  • 2009 IEEE 25th International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 2009)

    Data Engineering deals with the use of engineering techniques and methodologies in the design, development and assessment of information systems for different computing platforms and application environments.


2013 IEEE Thirteenth International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P)

The IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing provides a single-track forum for presenting new research results on all aspects of P2P computing, networking, applications, systems. It is the oldest and largest conference dedicated to P2P, and has been held every year since 2001. P2P'13 opens up also to massively distributed systems, and all aspects where decentralization and autonomic behavior are key aspects of the system.

  • 2012 IEEE Twelfth International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P)

    The P2P'12 conference solicits papers on all aspects of peer-to-peer computing. Of particular interest is research that furthers the state-of-the-art in the design and analysis of peer-to-peer applications and systems, or that investigates real, deployed, peer-to-peer applications or systems. P2P 12 will bring together top researchers and practitioners to discuss the challenges of building large scale distributed systems. This includes traditional peer-to-peer applications such as file sharing or media streaming, but also applications dealing with scalability in different settings such as cloud infrastructures, sensor networks, or mobile environments.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P)

    The P2P'11 conference solicits papers on all aspects of peer-to-peer computing. Of particular interest is research that furthers the state-of-the-art in the design and analysis of peer-to-peer applications and systems, or that investigates real, deployed, large-scale peer-to-peer applications or systems.

  • 2010 IEEE Tenth International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P)

    IEEE P2P'10 is the tenth conference in a series of annual conferences concerned with overlay network technologies and massively distributed systems & applications. Peer-to-Peer systems benefit from and share the resources owned by systems that are distributed around the Internet. Examples of such technologies include peer-to-peer applications and grids, and in general, any large-scale distributed system characterized by decentralization and sharing of resources.

  • 2009 IEEE Ninth International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P)

    overlay network technologies and massively distributed systems & applications


2012 IEEE 30th International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD 2012)

ICCD encompasses a wide range of topics in the research, design, and implementation of computer systems and their components. ICCD's multi-disciplinary emphasis provides an ideal environment for developers and researchers to discuss practical and theoretical work covering system and computer architecture, verification and test, and other topics.

  • 2011 IEEE 29th International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD 2011)

    Research, design, and implementation of computer systems and their components. ICCD's multi-disciplinary emphasis provides an ideal environment for developers and researchers to discuss practical and theoretical work covering system and computer architecture, verification and test, design and technology, and tools and methodologies.

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD 2010)

    - Computer Systems: Methods, Implementations, and Applications - Processor Architecture - Logic and Circuit Design - Electronic Design Automation - Verification and Test

  • 2009 IEEE International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD 2009)

    Unprecedented economic, ecological, and social forces are impacting computer designers this year, and revolutionary, disruptive, new ideas are urgently required to respond to global, transformational changes. What will it take for you to design a low-power computing system that is ecologically-friendly, minimizes total cost of ownership, and opens new areas of application



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Computer Architecture Letters

Rigorously peer-reviewed forum for publishing early, high-impact results in the areas of uni- and multiprocessors computer systems, computer architecture workload characterization, performance evaluation and simulation techniques, and power-aware computing


Computers, IEEE Transactions on

Design and analysis of algorithms, computer systems, and digital networks; methods for specifying, measuring, and modeling the performance of computers and computer systems; design of computer components, such as arithmetic units, data storage devices, and interface devices; design of reliable and testable digital devices and systems; computer networks and distributed computer systems; new computer organizations and architectures; applications of VLSI ...


Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on

IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS) is published monthly. Topic areas include, but are not limited to the following: a) architectures: design, analysis, and implementation of multiple-processor systems (including multi-processors, multicomputers, and networks); impact of VLSI on system design; interprocessor communications; b) software: parallel languages and compilers; scheduling and task partitioning; databases, operating systems, and programming environments for ...



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Korean R&D on the 6-pulse converter unit for ITER AC/DC converters

J. S. Oh; J. Choi; J. H. Suh; H. Liu; S. Lee; H. Park; W. Jung; S. Jo; H. Tan; J. Tao; P. Fu 2011 IEEE/NPSS 24th Symposium on Fusion Engineering, 2011

Korea is jointly responsible for the procurement package of ITER AC/DC converters shared between Korea and China. The collaborative activities among ITER Organization and Domestic Agencies under the frame of an Integrated Product Team have been underway since 2008 for the improvement and stabilization of the FDR2001 design. The Korean Domestic Agency has been being performing 2-staged converter R&D to ...


Distributed data cache designs for clustered VLIW processors

E. Gibert; J. Sanchez; A. Gonzalez IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2005

Wire delays are a major concern for current and forthcoming processors. One approach to deal with this problem is to divide the processor into semi- independent units referred to as clusters. A cluster usually consists of a local register file and a subset of the functional units, while the L1 data cache typically remains centralized in What we call partially ...


An Instruction Throughput Model of Superscalar Processors

Tarek M. Taha; Scott Wills IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2008

Advances in semiconductor technology enable larger processor design spaces, leading to increasingly complex systems. At an initial stage, designers must evaluate many architecture design points to achieve a suitable design. Currently, most architecture exploration is performed using cycle accurate simulators. Although accurate, these tools are slow, thus limiting a comprehensive design search. The vast design space of today's complex processors ...


The design and implementation of CalmlRISC32 floating point unit

Cheol-Ho Jeong; Woo-Chan Park; Sang-Woo Kim; Tack-Don Han Proceedings of Second IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on ASICs. AP-ASIC 2000 (Cat. No.00EX434), 2000

The CalmRISC32 FPU is RISC style coprocessor for embedded systems. It supports IEEE-754 standard single precision addition/subtraction, floating-point multiplication, floating-point division, format conversion, comparison, rounding, and load/store. It also supports four rounding modes, and precise exception. It can execute and complete instructions out of order if some constraint is resolved-data dependency, resource conflict, and exception prediction. Standard cell base design ...


Least squares based cell-to-cell interference cancelation technique for multi-level cell nand flash memory

Dong-hwan Lee; Wonyong Sung 2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2012

Cell-to-cell interference becomes a major source of bit errors in NAND flash memories as the semiconductor technology continuously shrinks down. Recently, signal processing approaches to mitigate the interference have been proposed, and the least mean square (LMS) adaptive filtering based method [1] offers a promising solution. In this research, we propose a least squares based cell- to-cell interference cancelation method, ...


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Korean R&D on the 6-pulse converter unit for ITER AC/DC converters

J. S. Oh; J. Choi; J. H. Suh; H. Liu; S. Lee; H. Park; W. Jung; S. Jo; H. Tan; J. Tao; P. Fu 2011 IEEE/NPSS 24th Symposium on Fusion Engineering, 2011

Korea is jointly responsible for the procurement package of ITER AC/DC converters shared between Korea and China. The collaborative activities among ITER Organization and Domestic Agencies under the frame of an Integrated Product Team have been underway since 2008 for the improvement and stabilization of the FDR2001 design. The Korean Domestic Agency has been being performing 2-staged converter R&D to ...


Distributed data cache designs for clustered VLIW processors

E. Gibert; J. Sanchez; A. Gonzalez IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2005

Wire delays are a major concern for current and forthcoming processors. One approach to deal with this problem is to divide the processor into semi- independent units referred to as clusters. A cluster usually consists of a local register file and a subset of the functional units, while the L1 data cache typically remains centralized in What we call partially ...


An Instruction Throughput Model of Superscalar Processors

Tarek M. Taha; Scott Wills IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2008

Advances in semiconductor technology enable larger processor design spaces, leading to increasingly complex systems. At an initial stage, designers must evaluate many architecture design points to achieve a suitable design. Currently, most architecture exploration is performed using cycle accurate simulators. Although accurate, these tools are slow, thus limiting a comprehensive design search. The vast design space of today's complex processors ...


The design and implementation of CalmlRISC32 floating point unit

Cheol-Ho Jeong; Woo-Chan Park; Sang-Woo Kim; Tack-Don Han Proceedings of Second IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on ASICs. AP-ASIC 2000 (Cat. No.00EX434), 2000

The CalmRISC32 FPU is RISC style coprocessor for embedded systems. It supports IEEE-754 standard single precision addition/subtraction, floating-point multiplication, floating-point division, format conversion, comparison, rounding, and load/store. It also supports four rounding modes, and precise exception. It can execute and complete instructions out of order if some constraint is resolved-data dependency, resource conflict, and exception prediction. Standard cell base design ...


Least squares based cell-to-cell interference cancelation technique for multi-level cell nand flash memory

Dong-hwan Lee; Wonyong Sung 2012 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2012

Cell-to-cell interference becomes a major source of bit errors in NAND flash memories as the semiconductor technology continuously shrinks down. Recently, signal processing approaches to mitigate the interference have been proposed, and the least mean square (LMS) adaptive filtering based method [1] offers a promising solution. In this research, we propose a least squares based cell- to-cell interference cancelation method, ...


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    Having hit power limitations to even more aggressive out-of-order execution in processor cores, many architects in the past decade have turned to single- instruction-multiple-data (SIMD) execution to increase single-threaded performance. SIMD execution, or having a single instruction drive execution of an identical operation on multiple data items, was already well established as a technique to efficiently exploit data parallelism. Furthermore, support for it was already included in many commodity processors. However, in the past decade, SIMD execution has seen a dramatic increase in the set of applications using it, which has motivated big improvements in hardware support in mainstream microprocessors. The easiest way to provide a big performance boost to SIMD hardware is to make it wider-- i.e., increase the number of data items hardware operates on simultaneously. Indeed, microprocessor vendors have done this. However, as we exploit more data parallelism in applications, cert in challenges can negatively impact performance. In particular, conditional execution, noncontiguous memory accesses, and the presence of some dependences across data items are key roadblocks to achieving peak performance with SIMD execution. This book first describes data parallelism, and why it is so common in popular applications. We then describe SIMD execution, and explain where its performance and energy benefits come from compared to other techniques to exploit parallelism. Finally, we describe SIMD hardware support in current commodity microprocessors. This includes both expected design tradeoffs, as well as unexpected ones, as we work to overcome challenges encountered when trying to map real software to SIMD execution.

  • Clock Subsystem

    This chapter contains sections titled: Clock Distribution Networks in VLSI Circuits and Systems Clock System Design Clocking Schemes for High-Speed Digital Systems Clock Tree Synthesis Based on RC Delay Balancing Half-Swing Clocking Scheme for 75% Power Saving in Clocking Circuitry A Reduced Clock-Swing Flip-Flop (RCSFF) for 63% Power Reduction A Unified Single-Phase Clocking Scheme for VLSI Systems High-Speed CMOS Circuit Technique Flow-Through Latch and Edge-Triggered Flip-Flop Hybrid Elements A 200-MHz 64-b Dual-Issue CMOS Microprocessor A 300-MHz 64-b Quad-Issue CMOS RISC Microprocessor A 600MHz Superscalar RISC Microprocessor with Out-of-Order Execution High-Performance Microprocessor Design

  • Glossary

    A landmark chip like the P6 or Pentium 4 doesn't just happen. It takes a confluence of brilliant minds, dedication for beyond the ordinary, and management that nurtures the vision while keeping a firm hand on the project tiller.As chief architect of the P6, Robert Colwell offers a unique perspective as he unfolds the saga of a project that ballooned from a few architects to hundreds of engineers, many just out of school. For more than a treatise on project management, The Pentium Chronicles gives the rationale, the personal triumphs, and the humor that characterized the P6 project, an undertaking that broke all technical boundaries by being the first to try an out-of order, speculative super-scalar architecture in a microprocessor.In refreshingly down-to-earth language, organized around a framework "we wish we had known about then," Chronicles describes the architecture and key decisions that shaped the P6, Intel's most successful chip to date. Colwell's inimitable style will have readers laughing out loud at the project team's creative solutions to well-known problems. From architectural planning in a storage room jimmied open with a credit card, to a marketing presentation using shopping carts, he takes readers through events from the projects beginning through its production. As Colwell himself recognizes, success is all about learning from others, and Chronicles is filled with stories of ordinary and exceptional people and frank assessments of "oops" moments, like the infamous FDIV bug.As its subtitle implies, the book looks beyond RTL models and transistors to the Intel culture, often poking fun at corporate policies, like team-building exercises in which engineers ruthlessly shoot down each other's plans. Whatever your level of computing expert ise, Chronicles will delight and inform you, leaving you with a better understanding of what it takes to create and grow a winning product.

  • Bibliography

    A landmark chip like the P6 or Pentium 4 doesn't just happen. It takes a confluence of brilliant minds, dedication for beyond the ordinary, and management that nurtures the vision while keeping a firm hand on the project tiller.As chief architect of the P6, Robert Colwell offers a unique perspective as he unfolds the saga of a project that ballooned from a few architects to hundreds of engineers, many just out of school. For more than a treatise on project management, The Pentium Chronicles gives the rationale, the personal triumphs, and the humor that characterized the P6 project, an undertaking that broke all technical boundaries by being the first to try an out-of order, speculative super-scalar architecture in a microprocessor.In refreshingly down-to-earth language, organized around a framework "we wish we had known about then," Chronicles describes the architecture and key decisions that shaped the P6, Intel's most successful chip to date. Colwell's inimitable style will have readers laughing out loud at the project team's creative solutions to well-known problems. From architectural planning in a storage room jimmied open with a credit card, to a marketing presentation using shopping carts, he takes readers through events from the projects beginning through its production. As Colwell himself recognizes, success is all about learning from others, and Chronicles is filled with stories of ordinary and exceptional people and frank assessments of "oops" moments, like the infamous FDIV bug.As its subtitle implies, the book looks beyond RTL models and transistors to the Intel culture, often poking fun at corporate policies, like team-building exercises in which engineers ruthlessly shoot down each other's plans. Whatever your level of computing expert ise, Chronicles will delight and inform you, leaving you with a better understanding of what it takes to create and grow a winning product.

  • Index

    A landmark chip like the P6 or Pentium 4 doesn't just happen. It takes a confluence of brilliant minds, dedication for beyond the ordinary, and management that nurtures the vision while keeping a firm hand on the project tiller.As chief architect of the P6, Robert Colwell offers a unique perspective as he unfolds the saga of a project that ballooned from a few architects to hundreds of engineers, many just out of school. For more than a treatise on project management, The Pentium Chronicles gives the rationale, the personal triumphs, and the humor that characterized the P6 project, an undertaking that broke all technical boundaries by being the first to try an out-of order, speculative super-scalar architecture in a microprocessor.In refreshingly down-to-earth language, organized around a framework "we wish we had known about then," Chronicles describes the architecture and key decisions that shaped the P6, Intel's most successful chip to date. Colwell's inimitable style will have readers laughing out loud at the project team's creative solutions to well-known problems. From architectural planning in a storage room jimmied open with a credit card, to a marketing presentation using shopping carts, he takes readers through events from the projects beginning through its production. As Colwell himself recognizes, success is all about learning from others, and Chronicles is filled with stories of ordinary and exceptional people and frank assessments of "oops" moments, like the infamous FDIV bug.As its subtitle implies, the book looks beyond RTL models and transistors to the Intel culture, often poking fun at corporate policies, like team-building exercises in which engineers ruthlessly shoot down each other's plans. Whatever your level of computing expert ise, Chronicles will delight and inform you, leaving you with a better understanding of what it takes to create and grow a winning product.

  • Appendix

    This chapter contains sections titled: Out-of-Order, Superscalar Microarchitecture: A Primer Plausibility Checking

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    This lecture presents a study of the microarchitecture of contemporary microprocessors. The focus is on implementation aspects, with discussions on their implications in terms of performance, power, and cost of state-of-the- art designs. The lecture starts with an overview of the different types of microprocessors and a review of the microarchitecture of cache memories. Then, it describes the implementation of the fetch unit, where special emphasis is made on the required support for branch prediction. The next section is devoted to instruction decode with special focus on the particular support to decoding x86 instructions. The next chapter presents the allocation stage and pays special attention to the implementation of register renaming. Afterward, the issue stage is studied. Here, the logic to implement out-of-order issue for both memory and non-memory instructions is thoroughly described. The following chapter focuses on the instruction execution and describes the different functi nal units that can be found in contemporary microprocessors, as well as the implementation of the bypass network, which has an important impact on the performance. Finally, the lecture concludes with the commit stage, where it describes how the architectural state is updated and recovered in case of exceptions or misspeculations. This lecture is intended for an advanced course on computer architecture, suitable for graduate students or senior undergrads who want to specialize in the area of computer architecture. It is also intended for practitioners in the industry in the area of microprocessor design. The book assumes that the reader is familiar with the main concepts regarding pipelining, out-of-order execution, cache memories, and virtual memory. Table of Contents: Introduction / Caches / The Instruction Fetch Unit / Decode / Allocation / The Issue Stage / Execute / The Commit Stage / References / Author Biographies



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